Spade for spade, I’m the realest n!gga out…
So we’ve come to the end of the road. The previous 72 hours – or eight episodes in this case – have shown the final moments of freedom of a man dealing with literally the weight of the world on his shoulders. First off, a congratulations is in order to Motion Family. This was about as in-depth as cameras were going to get given the circumstances. Letting the music define the situation along with commentary from Boosie and those closest to him helped paint a surreal picture.
The final installment is what the entire series has been built upon. It was one that also featured a hosts of “lasts.” A last interview. A last joyous moment with his children. A last nap. A last recording session. A last meal. This was by far the most emotional clip for obvious reasons. On several occasions, Boosie appears as if he is on the verge of being overtaken by magnitude the situation and break down into tears. Because of what he represents to his family, he doesn’t. Watching a loved one leave the comforts of home to enter the harsh realities of incarceration is something you can never truly prepare for. Just like that though, Boosie Bad Azz was gone.
The future for Lil Boosie remains unclear and the odds remain stacked at immeasurable heights. Who knows how that murder rap will eventually play out? I’m not even sure when his release date would be even if it doesn’t stick. One thing is for certain however. His daughter’s got the heart of a lion.